It is the most wonderful time of the year once again. Usually people get excited when Christmas is knocking the door. One of the best traditions in the holy night is the gift exchange, which is especially loved by the kids. However, the hardest part seems to be the actual gift choice and as the statistics show the Aussies are not very good with the presents. One of every three Australians is admitting that they’ve received a present, which doesn’t fit their expectations. Such a gift usually ends up refunded or exchanged for something else.
So, in order to improve the quality of gifting this year, I decided to share with you some fine ideas about gifting, which may help you bring some joy to your friends, co-workers and family.
When it comes to a gift for a friend, well, the first rule is that you have to know what your friend likes. There are a few ideas when it comes to a good gift, but you have to determine what your friend is like. If your friend loves to spend time with you, talking or playing a game, well, your present can be just that. Invite him to a dinner or to a place where he wanted to go, especially with you. When your friend enjoys writing cards and notes, he is probably the type, which will enjoy a book or a meaningful poster for a present. A well-written card is a must, you know.
Your colleges are usually hard-to-guess when it comes to Christmas presents, as you might spent some time with them, but you don’t know them well enough. So, I have a great solution for you – it is called InstaKingle.com.au, recently lunched by PayPal. This simple helper can use the database of PayPal and browse a wide range of gifts matching to the personality traits of your co-worker. The algorithm will give you some nice suggestions.
At last we came to one of the hardest choices – the family. They will usually tell you right away, if they don’t like your gift. On this one you have to rely on your own capabilities and choose a present yourself. However, a simple search will get you some nice present tips, but then again, these gifts are usually strictly personal. This is why they are so tough choice.